Wisconsin) by slowing down, turning off one’s headlights as one approaches an intersection, scanning for the beams of other drivers’ headlights, and if none are seen, speeding through the stop sign before turning the headlights back on. It can result in less driving time, or a high-speed collision with someone else doing the same time.
Wisconsin rolling stop
the practice (quite illegal but engaged in nevertheless) of avoiding late-night stopping while on lonely rural roads (such as in
I was late leaving the bar and so I tore down the back roads, making a few Wisconsin rolling stops in my hurry to get home.